Blue Monk, Pat and Dex, Bernstein and Chasnoff, Rainbow Song, Vassillios > Aceetobee, Morph Dusseldorf, Frog Legs
AKG460>D8; Transfer Info: Seagate CTD-8000>WAV>SHN; Transfer by Mark Avy; I think someone may have taken 5db off this recording
at some point. It sounds, and looks in Soundforge, like the recording is going to the limiter, or close, but there is atleast 5 db of headroom. I did not put the 5db back in to the level may seem a little lower then normal. The tape still sounds good.
December 20, 2015 Subject:
I certainly think some of these shorter shows are best in this era, and this hour and half show is just about perfect. First off the sound quality is excellent (for this era), also Magner's synth really enhances a lot of these already old school jams like "Bernstein & Chasnoff". Of course as stated often, the "Vassillios" > "Aceetobee" jam is a monster. One of the best of 1997.
This is some seriously tight playing right here. The sound is fantastic. Listen to Jon toying around with the Hot Air Balloon lick in the AC2B jam.
May 9, 2005 Subject:
Awesome Old School Bisco
This show is just awesome start to end. Way better than I was expecting. The sound is really good to. It sounds like there were only like 10 people in the audience, but they enjoyed it. Listen closely for Barber laying down the first part of "The Overture" right before Frog Legs almost a year before it was introduced.
February 5, 2004 Subject:
There probably won't be too many early tDB shows on this site, but I promise if you want to hear an example of pre-trancefusion Biscuits, here you go. This Vassillios>Aceetobee paved the way for the transformation that took place in 1998 with the patient layering of the groove that defines the Biscuits' sound. This show is definitely worth the download, and best of all it all fits on 1 90.